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I commend the Department of Conservation and Recreation for planning modern upgrades for Morrissey Boulevard (MB). However, in my opinion,... Read more

Transit police responded to an incident at the JFK/UMass station. Rowan Walrath photo

A medical emergency involving a person on the tracks at JFK/UMass Station brought shuttle buses and transit police to the Red Line and commuter rail station on Thursday afternoon.

A person who was on the tracks was transported to a local... Read more

A man suffered non-life threatening injuries in a mid-morning shooting Wednesday near the intersection of Adams Street, Parkman Street, and Neponset Avenue.

Police responded to reports of a man shot near 854 Adams St around 11:35 a.m., according... Read more

Wanted car

The Boston Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a motor vehicle in relation to a non-fatal shooting that occurred Sunday night in Codman Square just after 10:10 p.... Read more

Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with what police call a “brazen daylight shooting” in the Ashmont area in late June that claimed the life of a 20-year-old man.

Christopher Austin, 20, of Boston, was found suffering from a... Read more

The first minutes of the June 28 fire on the top floor and roof of the Treadmark building were captured in this photo, which shows a firefighter on the roof. Polly O'Brien photo

The investigation into the cause of a six-alarm fire that destroyed parts of a new mixed-use housing complex on Dorchester Avenue last month remains incomplete this week.... Read more

Cardinal Sean O’Malley was among the 200 people who participated in an anti-violence walk through the streets of Bowdoin-Geneva on Tuesday evening.

About 200 people— including Boston Archbishop Cardinal Séan O’Malley and Mayor Martin Walsh— participated in an hour-long walk through the streets of Bowdoin-Geneva on Tuesday evening. Setting off from the St. Peter’s Teen Center, the procession was a... Read more

Authorities on Friday announced the indictment of Julian Troche, 24, for the murder of Dantley Leonard in Franklin Field on Nov. 12, 2016 - five days before he was arrested for... Read more

With bike lanes, roadway widths, and signaling a bit more defined this time around, the Morrissey Boulevard redesign is at about 25 percent, Department of Conservation and Recreation officials told community members at a reasonably well attended... Read more

Updated 3:21 p.m., June 29

Ashmont station re-opened for Red Line, trolley service; Dorchester Avenue remains closed between Gallivan and Peabody Square

The... Read more

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